Low Voltage Comprehensive Distribution Box

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Supply include: Enclosure door, mounting plate, gland plate sealing gasket

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wooden case
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1.Material :sheet steel
2.Color:Ral7032 or Ral7035
3.Mounting plate:Orange or Galvanized
4.CE,IP66,RoHS

1. Matterial: Sheet steel
2. Paint finish: Both externally and internally
3. Protected with epoxy polyester coating
4. Textured finish RAL7032 or RAL7035
5. Mounting plate: Powder coated similar to RAL2000 or galvanized
6. IP rate: IP65
7. Certificate: CE, RoHS
8. Supply include: Enclosure door, mounting plate, gland plate sealing gasket

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Q:what dose watt indication of electrical equipments means?
a watt is how much power an electrical Appliance will draw. current x voltage will give you what power is required. e.g. if ur appliance runs at 230v and is rated for 10amps then it will be rated at 2300watts. This is what electric companies use to see how much to charge you as they will charge by the KWatt per hour. 1 watt 1 joule per second
Q:Why can't I find a job?
My guess is that your age is a stigma, though nobody will admit to you that they won't hire you because of your age. They might not even be conscious that they are discounting you because of your age. Look around the office when you go for your interview. Is it filled with younger, or with older people? Do the regular stuff too: Go on the internet and research good interview skills. Practice with your friends. Ask your friends to critique your resume. Look up the company on the internet and come up with some specifics about why you want to work for that particular company. Yeah, that's a good point Your salary expectations might be significantly higher than someone half your age. Better check into that. Also, I have no idea what NBT is. You might edit your question so that people have a better idea of what your experience is. Good luck!
Q:What causes a person to interfere with electrical equipment?
Whoa so you have that problem too huh? lmao Mine is just static electricity but lololol that is so cute. :o) A few months ago I had static electricity ALL over me I was shocking people and myself when I touched stuff, even wood. All my clothes were sticking to me constantly and I use 4 dryer sheets in each load of clothes So I don't know either. Try rubbing your hands together before you touch stuff or get near things like that. lol sorry, just a suggestion.
Q:is a locomotive a safe place during a severe lightning storm or extremely unsafe?Why?
Safe. You are surrounded by metal which forms a pretty good Faraday cage. The loco is well grounded via the rails. Apart from the bang of thunder you might not even notice the lightning. The Diesel fuel is in a steel container under the loco and even better shielded than you are.
Q:What is so cool about an an Electrical Engineering degree?
I've got a Electrical Engineering Diploma. I work in the electrical field. I'd be a Graphic Designer.
Q:i have a statistics questions relating to probability!?
clerk 1; 0.4(0.020) 0.0080 clerk 2; 0.3(0.025) 0.0075 clerk 3; 0.3(0.015) 0.0045 answer: clerk 1
Q:Electrical or Mechanical Engineering?
both electrical and mechnical are good field.
Q:does an electrical engineer operates on steam turbine or jet engine (or helps in its design)?
Turbine engines (either steam of fuel-injected) are mechanical parts and not electrical parts. A electrical engineer will be working on the generator that is attached to this systems. They will also work on the transmission of that power (Transformers and all that good stuff!).
Q:What is making my tank electrocute me?
it amazes me the fish are'nt dead first.unplug everything,and inspect it closely.my guess the heater is the culprit,throw them away after 1 year,even submersiblesstart to show moisture in the tube,powerhead motors are incased in epoxy,that does'nt mean some thing could'nt be wrong with it [cord coming loose,hairline crack,ect.keep all original packaging and receipts,send suspect materials back.is water running down a cord?use drip loop,and ground circuit fault interrupters,not hard to install,directions come with it or buy a cord,with one from fostersmith,ect.i've kept saltwater for 15 years,had 2 problems in that time a heater plugged it in it went powand not drying the hands.good luck!also the heater may only shock when it calls for heat.if it's not heating it doe'snt shock.hang the fixture,don't use the legs.
Q:why electrical power transmission lines rated in Voltage?
Because voltage is the only thing that remains fairly constant. Even though industry and residential pull off that transmission line, the voltage is and Hertz is maintained for the sake of equipment that depends on a constant voltage. The current in the line fluctuates highly , depending on how many people are drawing on it at any instant

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